Toss for – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To toss for something is to decide who will get or do something by throwing a coin in the air and guessing which side of the coin will be on the top when it lands.

Examples of use:

1. Jackie: Which one of us is going to have the last cake?

    Hilary: Let’s toss for it!

2. There were four of us but we only had three tickets to see Lady Gaga, so we tossed for it.

infinitive
toss up
present simple
toss up and tosses up
-ing form
tossing up
past simple
tossed up
past participle
tossed up

Have you ever tossed a coin to decide who can have something or do something?

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